I think he should get less defensive at times, but I thought the best remark he made was that alot of the HOF players have skeletons in their closets, some have been in the penitentiary, but they were all great players. And if they made mistakes in their personal lives, they paid their debt to society and moved on.

I agree with that portion of the interview.

Definitely not a choirboy, and sometimes hard to listen to because of his defensiveness.............but he was a great player and HOF worthy.

I've not always felt that way.